Big changes are coming for the Town of Stonewall! The town has agreed to a contract with Waste Pro to pick up garbage beginning on February 1.
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Congratulations to the following Bulldogs for their outstanding performance in the 2019 football season.
Front Row kneeling: Brandon Buckley- 1st team all division, Mac Hamburg award
Clarke County has been approved to implement the Emergency Conservation Program (ECP) for severe damage to eligible agricultural land related to a series of tornadoes on December 16, 2019. Landowners and agricultural producers may submit a request for cost-share assistance b
Quantarius Harrison, 28, arrested by QPD for no driver’s license
JC Bland Jr., 35, arrested by QPD for bench warrant
Jonathan Mena, 32, arrested by CCSD for bench warrant
Terry N. Williams, 35, arrested by CCSD for no driver’s license, no insurance
Matthew Skidmore was sworn in as a Quitman School Board member at Monday’s school board meeting January 13, 2020.
BankPlus in Stonewall had an attempted robbery on Wednesday, January 8. When the bank employees arrived and entered the bank at 8:30 that morning, they noticed a suspicious person approaching the bank from behind the building.
Josephine (Jo) Mason Harrison passed away peacefully in Mobile, AL, on January 7, 2020. She was born in Montgomery, AL, on July 5, 1922, the second of three daughters born to Alice Bonney and John Winston Mason.
The excitement surrounding the opening of deer season looms in the hearts of true hunters here in Mississippi. The parking lots of sports and feed stores are full on a Saturday morning with hunters buying supplies preparing for the first hunt of the season.
Circuit Clerk Beth Jordan officially retired after January 2 this year. Her final duty in office was to help conduct the swearing in ceremony for all elected officials.
Larry Michael Smith, 58, of Quitman, Mississippi, passed away on December 18, 2019, at his residence.
He was born on February 17, 1961, to Willard and Geraldine (Turner) Smith in Meridian, MS.